Africa’s First Sustainable Biofuel Plant Opens in Mozambique – Triple Pundit

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Today marked the grand opening of the largest industrial park in Mozambique -and it’s got a sustainable edge to boot. NDZiLO’s ethanol plant in the province of Dondo has a capacity to supply two million liters of cassava-based ethanol. The cassava will be grown by local farmers using a sustainable crop rotation system developed by the company’s agriculture experts.

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